BlackBerry won’t be manufacturing smartphones anymore


BlackBerry will go down in history as one of the key players in the early smartphone market, but that era is officially over. In the company’s quarterly financial results, they’ve announced that they’ll no longer be manufacturing any smartphones from this point forward, coming after BlackBerry posted an $8 million loss over the previous quarter. Sad, but reasonable. Read more

Best Sprint phones


When we think of American carriers, AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile are usually the first brands that come to mind. Sprint might not have as much going for it as the other three big names, but it’s still a carrier that shouldn’t be left it out. Sprint often runs some excellent and enticing promotions, but also offers stellar network performance where the provider has coverage.

If you’ve been thinking about switching to Sprint, here are the phones you should consider!

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 problems not turning buyers off


With all of the challenges related to Samsung’s launch of the Galaxy Note 7 this year many people were concerned that it could have a severe impact on the company’s performance now and moving forward. We have even covered rumors of Samsung possibly moving up the Galaxy S8 release to offset the financial impact. However, according to information released by Samsung today, consumers do not seem to be dissuaded from sticking with Samsung and demand appears to still be high for the Galaxy Note 7. Read more